Reynoldsburg Area Statistics
County: Fairfield County, Franklin County and Licking County
Location: East of Columbus and I-270, north of I-70, 25 minutes from downtown, 20 minutes from airport
Schools: Reynoldsburg City Schools
Utilities: Columbia Gas, American Electric Power
Size: 10.5 square miles
Zip Code: 43068
Whether your interests lie in sports, museums, shopping, education, or hometown traditions you will find something you love in Reynoldsburg, OH. A suburb of Columbus, Reynoldsburg is a clean and attractive city with well-kept streets, a low crime rate, an excellent school system, and a strong sense of community.
Of Reynoldsburg’s many hometown festivities, the Tomato Festival marks a hallmark event every September. It celebrates Reynoldsburg’s history as the birthplace of the “domestic tomato” developed in the 19th century by town native Alexander W. Livingston. The Livingston House and Museum, located in Reynoldsburg and listed in the National Registry of Historic Homes, carries on the legacy of Livingston and is used as a venue for band concerts, ice cream socials, and musical performances throughout the year. Reynoldsburg also holds in its heritage an active role during the time of the Underground Railroad, lodging many Southern slaves along their journey to Canada.
For those who love outdoor activities, Blacklick Woods is a spacious metro park including a four-mile bike trail, open play areas, a 72 par golf course, and a nature reserve full of meadows and wildlife. Other outdoor activity can be found at Kennedy Park among tennis courts, baseball diamonds, playgrounds, a skate park and bike path.
The city of Reynoldsburg is very proud of its school system. Their schools are known throughout the state and nation, having been listed in the New York Times three times and receiving the Best of the Best Award in 1999.